Accommodation & Facilities

Accommodation & Facilities

Lifestyle and care are seamless, a truly lovely place to live

Coombe Hill Manor is located in Kingston upon Thames. The name of Kingston itself is derived from a royal connection as it comes from the phrase Kings Tun, meaning a royal farm or estate. The very first reference to the town was made in 838 where details of a royal council presided over by King Egbert were documented.

The town’s royal connection dates back over a thousand years and seven Saxon Kings are thought to have been crowned here. The Coronation Stone, Kingston’s most historic landmark, now sits in the grounds of Guildhall near the 12th century Clattern Bridge.

Kingston has been covered in literature, film and television. This is reflected in Coombe Hill Manor’s design and feel. Over the years Kingston has been home to authors like John Galsworthy and Jacqueline Wilson.

Coombe Hill Manor boasts an artist’s theme throughout. With the artist’s loft that is situated on the third floor, gallery exhibition space for local artists to exhibit and
a fully equipped studio, residents can let their creativity flourish. The famous Monet’s Water Garden appears in our Fine Dining restaurant, which opens out to our magnificent water feature. This in turn leads to our Bistro Bonhomme that offers a gastro pub menu.

Accommodation & Facilities

Coombe Hill Manor was built 2014 and opened their doors to residents in June. We have 94 private spacious studio, one and two bedroom apartments. Auguste, our Dementia suite offers 24 suites all in a studio style.

Facilities

Below are a list of the services that we offer here at Coombe Hill Manor.

24 Hour Care
Nursing Care
Dementia Care
Respite Care
Activities 7 days a week
Studio Apartment
One Bed Apartment
Two Bed Apartment
En Suite
Kitchenette
Restaurant
Bistro
Private Dining
Café
Cinema
Library
Lounges
Hair Salon
Therapy Room
Spa Bathroom
Shop
Laundry
Housekeeping
Landscape Gardens
Free Wifi
Phone Line (Private)